The term "bust" is the ugliest four-letter word in fantasy football. Of course, owners who drafted Shaun Alexander or Larry Johnson last season probably used other four-letters words to describe their decision.
But whether or not a player is actually a bust is relative to his draft position. Alexander and Johnson were both taken in the first round last season, so the description fits them to a tee. But if you took a chance on a player like Jason Campbell or LaMont Jordan in the middle to late rounds, well, it wasn't as detrimental that neither performed well on a consistent basis.
So while the 10 players listed below could fail to produce solid numbers based on injuries, age or their projected place on their team's depth chart, it's more important to avoid them in prominent draft positions (Rounds 1-5) rather than avoiding them as potential middle- to late-round selections.